Cambridge Real Estate
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  • My Office Listings

    2456 Massachusetts Ave, Unit 203

    Cambridge, MA

    • 2 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 1030 sq ft
    • $679,000

    233 Huron Ave, Unit 1

    Cambridge, MA

    • 3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    • 2520 sq ft
    • $1,195,000

    52 Dimick Street, Unit 2

    Somerville, MA

    • 3 Beds
    • 1 Baths
    • 1155 sq ft
    • $715,000
  • Recent Posts

    Glass Houses: Your Personality Helps Predict Your Real Estate Choices

    Glass Houses: Your Personality Helps Predict Your Real Estate Choices American Friends of Tel Aviv University December 3, 2014 TAU research finds personality traits affect home-buying decisions on both micro and macro levels Do you consider yourself a conscientious person? Then sign up for a fixed-rate mortgage. Neurotic? You’ll probably opt for home ownership over […]

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    Cambridge Housing Assistance Fund Annual Benefit

    This year’s Cambridge Housing Assistance Fund Annual Benefit is just around the corner! Join us at Open Doors for the Homeless on November 13th 5:30-8:30 at the Charles Hotel Regattabar! CHAF is: is a community coalition committed to preventing and ending homelessness in our community. CHAF raises funds to assist the homeless and near homeless […]

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    Our Team’s Cambridge Condo Sales

    You can check the ‘Zillow Estimate’ regularly, but if you really want to know the value of your home, call us! — 617-872-0030

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    7 Ways to Land Your Dream Home During the Summer

    Seven Ways to Land Your Dream Home During the Summer HSH.COM 07/03/14 By: Scott Van Vorhees Spring has long been considered the busiest homebuying season of the year. Summer is often thought of as the exact opposite. But if you struck out buying a home during the spring, don’t despair. This summer can still be […]

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    Fewer Homes for Sale Because Owners are Waiting for Prices to Rise

    WALL STREET JOURNAL October 21, 2013 By Michael S Derby The relatively low level of homes available for sale appears to reflect the rising strength of the housing sector, rather than its weakness. New research from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco released Monday argues that a study of housing market dynamics indicates that homeowners who […]

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    Cambridge Housing Assistance Fund announces their annual fundraiser

    The Cambridge Housing Assistance Fund (CHAF) presents its annual fundraiser Open Doors for the Homeless An evening of skyline river views, humor, networking, light classical music, hors d’ouvres, silent auction, and working together to end and prevent homelessness Thursday, October 24, 2013 5:30-8:30 pm @ the Microsoft New England Research & Development (NERD) Center One […]

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    More Renters Say They Want to Own, Survey Finds

    DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS July 29, 2013 Existing home owners are taking a bigger share of the housing market while investors—who have been the powerhouse until late—are slowly retreating. “A sustainable housing market typically includes a more balanced share of first-timers, move-up buyers and investors, and that’s how the housing recovery is beginning to shake […]

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    Five Takeaways From the Existing Home Sales Report

    WSJ July 22, 2013 By Nick Timiraos Sales of previously owned homes rose by 15.2%  in June from one year ago to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.08 million, but they were down by 1.2% from one month ago, according to the National Association of Realtors.  Monday’s report showed that the housing market may be slowly […]

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    Online home listings will see key changes ahead, experts say

    LA Times June 6, 2013 By Lauren Beale Atlanta— A panel of leaders from often-competing entities Zillow,, MRIS, Trulia, ZipRealty and Hubzu addressed journalists assembled for the annual National Assn. of Real Estate Editors conference Thursday. Here are their takes on what has been happening and what is ahead for consumers and agents: Greg Schwartz […]

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    The market doesn’t lie: Housing recovery is real

    CNN Money By Paul R. La Monica If the housing market is really on the mend, that is undeniably a good sign for the broader economy and the stock market. Guess what? It’s increasingly looking like the housing rebound is, to pull a famous Seinfeld phrase, real and spectacular. Home Depot (HD) reported profits Tuesday morning that were […]

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